blueAPACHE scores major infosec accreditation

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blueAPACHE scores major infosec accreditation
blueAPACHE's James Hendry (GM – Commercial), Sanchit Kansara (Information Security Analyst, ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor (PECB) and Chris Marshall (Founder and Managing Director).

Melbourne-headquartered MSP blueAPACHE has achieved compliance with the ISO 27001 information security standard.

ISO 27001 is a global standard that verifies a company’s capability for establishing and maintaining an information security management system. Winning ISO 27001 is a feather in the cap for any organisation. For the channel, it's a sign that a business can run with the big dogs.

The certification includes 114 controls and 10 clauses, including requirements for systems access control and management, information security policies, physical and environmental security and security incident management.

blueAPACHE founder and managing director Chris Marshall said the achievement was a testament to his company’s commitment to information security.

“Not only is the ISO certification a validation for our own team, but it means that our customers can feel further assured that they are working with a managed service provider that delivers outstanding solutions to complex technology problems, all backed by a secure (ISO certified) infrastructure on a global scale.”

blueAPACHE celebrated its 20th year in business in 2018, along with recognition at last year’s CRN Fast50 for making an appearance in eight out of ten annual awards.

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